The Stack – A Book Shop Meet Cute

It wasn't the first time I had seen him there among the stacks of Rarity, my favourite book shop. But it was the first time I heard him laugh. He didn't even look up from what he was reading, not in the least bit nervous about who saw him or what it was he was … Continue reading The Stack – A Book Shop Meet Cute

Unsigned: A Book Shop Meet Cute

I wasn't supposed to be working today. Technically I wasn't working according to the regional manager. I was assisting with an author's Q&A that I was luckily given time off in order to attend. 'You can't imagine how busy events like this can be,' the echoes of his voice still reverberated within me. 'The very … Continue reading Unsigned: A Book Shop Meet Cute

Writing Prompt Wednesday – Flash Fiction Challenge

Do you want to meet? I couldn't stop myself before typing my reply: Did you seriously just ask that question? You're being absurd. Absolutely absurd. I watched the three-dot text bubble appear on the screen before disappearing. Waiting for the response. Absolutely absurd had been a bit much even for me. But at least I … Continue reading Writing Prompt Wednesday – Flash Fiction Challenge

“The world did not end in a bang, or a whisper, but rather, one scream at a time…”

  The world did not end in a bang, or a whisper, but rather, one scream at a time. Its chilling sound rattled me from my sleep. I hadn't even realized I had closed my eyes. Had it been a scream? It had to have been? My thoughts stumbled around in a foggy confusion. It … Continue reading “The world did not end in a bang, or a whisper, but rather, one scream at a time…”

Gleeman’s Tales – Review

Goodreads Synopsis: Gnochi Gleeman is not like other entertainers. Because of his expansive knowledge of pre-apocalyptic Earth, the stories he tells are valued well beyond the flashes of an illuminator, or the spheres of a juggler. Gnochi spent the first decade of his career telling stories while traveling between taverns, inns, and any hole-in-the-wall which … Continue reading Gleeman’s Tales – Review